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it worked or his policies. heather: let's talk about it, katy pavlich fox news contributor and townhall.com and steve sigman, global democratic strategist. thanks for joining us. catty, you heard rand paul says it does a disservice to people that are part of this long-term unemployment group and makes them become part of perpetual unemployed. what do you think? >> i completely agree with senator paul on this aspect because when you have people who essentially get the same amount of money they would be working for, when that gets extended there is no incentive to work. eventually the people get unemployment check rather than looking for a job. we regularly see as soon as unemployment benefits start running people go back into the workforce and get a job. it doesn't do them a service to continue to give the benefits when they should be out of the in the workforce, reiterating his point, when you continue to give them benefits for not working employers get to a point why have you been one unemployment insurance so long and not gone out and been employed in a position? heather: steven, the
that they don't feel confident that this can be run effectively, katy. david plouffe may very well be right. the economy may be looking better by then. you may have medicaid expansion hoping to be part of the that program. gosh, i thought it was going to be so bad and it is not so bad? >> well, we also heard for five years the economy has improved. in reality it actually has not improved. we have unemployment rate still way too high. the administration is trying to create this idea of a new normal. this is what you basically should put up with. this idea 50,000 people being able to use a website at a time being success a joke quite frankly. for david plouffe to say that president obama's approval numbers will get better. this isn't simply about this one program. this is about people not trusting the president. it will only get worse, when 90 million people get dumped off employer plan on to the obamacare exchanges. martha: play the other sound bite and have you listen to this from david plouffe as well on sunday. >> i think president's numbers will recover. i think people's confidence will
is a man who always keeps his promises, not true. and on the katy perry homage to the geisha, the idea of cultural appropriation is absurd. artists rad s routinely borrow. and i wouldn't think a christian would spend a dime on your book. "killing jesus" has been on the number one slot for nine weeks, i am glad everybody doesn't think the way you do. and oregon, bought a copy of killing jesus for the pastor of my church, he read an excerpt from it in his morning service. well, i appreciate this one. this is a good one, money is tight, we all know that, but christmas is a good time to spend a little money and be generous, here is a website, called retailmenot.com. it is the largest digital coupon site in the usa. in the last 24 hours, about four million coupons were used from that website in stores all across the nation. so you might want to check it out because it can save you substantial money. factor tip of the day. and we like helping you guys out. that is it for us tonight. please check out the fox news website, different from the o'reilly website, o'reilly @fox.com. if you know th
to blame for that? let's ask katie pavlich, a news editor of town hall.com and fox news contributor and has a great piece on this very subject. katie, good morning. >> good morning. >> has america become the land of man children in the land of obama? is that what we've become? >> we're definitely getting there. since 2009, the youth unemployment rate for young people 18 to say 35 has hovered around 16%. when you have that problem, you have more people living at home and more people depending on government programs. under barack obama, who we all know is a big government advocate, there is an interest in keeping young people dependent on their parents and dependent on big government because the last thing they want is for young people to go in the real world and realize how much things actually cost, how many taxes they're paying and what it takes to be independent. >> what is the interest, the specific interest they have in making sure that young people don't know what it's like in the real world, that are comforted and sheltered by the government dole, by dollars, by checks, by benefits? w
't in good shape and we have seen things change. katie pavllic, thank you. martha: a liftoff that insiders have calling a game changer. it is a private rocket now blasting off into space. i'll tell you who sent it there. bill: a man trapped under water found alive after three days. and now we can show you the incredible rescue. he is alive. bill: private aerospace company space-x is blasting off from a rented nasa pad in florida. mostly they have been running cargo missions. but today marks the first time a major satellite operation is in orbit. martha: this is a nasty winter storm slamming parts of the rockies and the northern plains. this is a scene in sheraton, which. winter has hit sheraton in a big way. whiteout conditions and the snow is falling. truckers are saying they are having a tough time getting around in this. >> as soon as you hit the tunnel, on the other side of the tunnel it's all over. martha: meteorologist maria molina is live with us on this huge storm. >> reporter: it already produced more than 30 inches of snow. and the storm system is still producing snowfall out her
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for friend and family. nicole petallides. thank you very much. i think of katy couric, anyway. lori: yes, we know. >>> merger that brought together american airlines and us airways was finalized this morning officially creating the world's largest airline but still may take months to truly transfor the two carriers into a single airline. jeff flock covering the story from o'hare. hello, jeff. >> you know, lori, they said it would be a cold day in hell when us air and american managed to merge. well they got the weather right on that one at least. look at these lines. this is the actually weather delays and people getting their flights canceled in american. not great in chicago. it is a great big airline. we'll walk through the whole terminal as we talk and give you numbers on this. look how big of an airline this is going to be, in terms of flight, 6700 flights every day for this airline. 336 locations, 56 countries, 1500 aircraft, 100,000 employees. i'll tell you, that is the world's biggest airline. doug parker talked earlier in the day to fox business, talking about, you know the doj laws
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